Origami santa claus

Origami santa claus step by step

Paper folding santa claus

In this article, we’ll show you how to make an easy origami santa claus out of paper.  This three-part Santa Claus is a political model. I call it “three parts” because you have to divide the paper into three parts. According to Santa Claus, it consists of three persons: a head, a body, and a toy sack. It is the cutting mold in which the square to be obtained is taken and the smaller one is brought together with 3.

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Instructions for Three Part Santa

He is a legendary character who is believed to bring gifts to good-natured children on Christmas night or morning. Santa Claus, which has a different name in the mythology of each country, is the most widely known name in the world.

Take a square sheet of paper that is red on one side and white on the back side. Red origami paper works well or if you don’t have that, you can use red wrapping paper that has been cut into a square.


Step 1:

Imagine the paper to be divided into three sections. Cut one third off. The size does not need to be exactly 1/3, just approximate.


Step 2:

For the skinny segment, cut that into three small squares. There might be a sliver of paper left over, if so, you can throw it away.


Step 3:

Put the three small pieces to the side for later. With the larger piece, fold in the top and bottom edges just a little. These will be the fur cuffs on Santa’s suit.


Turn the paper over.


Step 4:

Fold in half to get a central crease. Unfold.


Step 5:

Fold the left and right edges of the paper to the central crease.

Step 6:

Imagine the paper divided into three parts. Place your finger at the 1/3 mark (green dot) to anchor the paper. Peel out the paper and make a fold that extends from the 1/3 mark to the top corners of the paper.

Step 7:

Fold down the top half of the model. Position the fold so it is at the junction where the white part of the paper is wider than the red part.


Step 8:

The 3 small squares will be made into Santa’s head, hat, and toy sack.
Position paper so they are “diamond” shaped (balanced on the corner).
Fold all 3 left to right. Unfold.


Step 9:

Head: Fold the left and right edges to the central crease.
Hat: Fold in half (top to bottom). Unfold
Sack: Fold the left and right edges to the central crease.


Step 10:

Head: Turn over.
Hat: Fold the bottom tip up to the horizontal crease.
Sack: Fold up the bottom tip approx 1/3 of the way.


Step 11:

Head: Done.
Hat: Fold up the bottom edge one more time.
Sack: Fold the left corner a little so it is less angular.


Step 12:

Turn over hat and sack.


Step 13:

Hat: Fold the left and right edges to the central crease.
Sack: Done.


Step 14:

Hat: Turn over.


Everything is ready, let’s start assembling Three Part Santa.

Step 15:

Slide the hat over the Santa’s head. The three parts can be assembled in many ways to create whimsical origami Santas.


Place the sack under Santa’s sleeve. Place the head over the body so there is maximum overlap of the beard and the body. This is the most stable orientation.


Place the head a little higher than the body. This makes Santa look less stout.


Fold the top of the toy sack and hook it over Santa’s shoulder. Cock the head to one side, this makes it look like Santa’s sack is really heavy with toys.


You can use a hole puncher to punch black circles (for buttons) and a white circle (for the pom pom). The possibilities for Three Part Santa are endless


3d origami santa claus

I am including the construction of this cute little Santa Claus in detail below with his pictures.
If you wish, you can use it as a label for gifts you will give to your loved ones, or if you wish, this is a nice and fun activity that you will do with your children this Christmas time.


Santa claus origami 3d

Santa Claus is the legendary person believed to sneak into homes on the night that connects Christmas Eve to Christmas, leaving gifts for children. Together with his elves, he makes toys for children.


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